Following along with Financial Divorce Consultants’ Divorce Tip Series, here is Divorce Tip #4: Divorce Tip 4 read more →

Following along with Financial Divorce Consultants’ Divorce Tip Series, here is Divorce Tip #3: Divorce Tip 3 read more →

Can you collect benefits on your Ex’s earnings record? Many out there are not aware of the option available or the correct answer to this question. Click the link below to read more: Social Security and Divorce read more →

Longer Lives, lower incomes make these monthly payments especially important. Click on the link below read this educational article from AARP which breaks this down in question and answer format: Women and Social Security read more →

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, women who are recently divorced typically have less household income than recently divorced men.   A creditor has the right to report negative information about you to a credit reporting agency if your ex-spouse pays late on a joint account.   Adjusting to Life Financially after a.. read more →

Dealing with Divorce Divorce can be a lengthy process that may strain your finances and leave you feeling out of control. But with the preparation you can protect your interests, take charge of your future, and save yourself time and money. You certainly never expected divorce when you cut the wedding cake; you and your.. read more →

John Boyer Presents: WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE WEEKLY QUOTE “There are three ways to ultimate success. The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind.” – Fred Rogers WEEKLY TIP While a divorced parent may want to keep paying the mortgage on a large home for.. read more →

John Boyer Presents: WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE WEEKLY QUOTE “There are three ways to ultimate success. The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind.” – Fred Rogers WEEKLY TIP While a divorced parent may want to keep paying the mortgage on a large home for.. read more →

WILL THE DEBT LIMIT BE LIFTED SHORTLY? Friday, House GOP leaders announced a new proposal to authorize a three-month extension of federal government borrowing authority. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) summed up the plan in four words: “No budget, no pay.” Under the terms of the proposed legislation, members of Congress would end up.. read more →

CRUNCH TIME IN WASHINGTON After a bipartisan meeting failed to produce a deal to avert the fiscal cliff, President Obama had a terse message for Congress Friday evening: if the Senate couldn’t come up with a new proposal during the weekend, he would urge its leaders to arrange a simple up-or-down vote on a small-scale.. read more →